On the eve of Brexit, UK economy appears quite strong

The likelihood of a vote in favor of the United Kingdom (UK)’s exit from the European Union (EU) was expected as an obvious disaster for 99% of economists, analysts and bankers. In June 2016, the UK did vote for the Brexit, launching a complex unprecedented...

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The Brexit impacts real estate sector

“In 2016, the volume of (real estate) investment fell by 25-30% in the United Kingdom (UK) and, to a lesser extent, in France and Germany. The effect of the Brexit was in particular to slow down operations in speculative transactions. Today, land developers and real […]

Consequences, not retribution to Brexit

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and French presidential hopeful Emmanuel Macron agreed that the United Kingdom (UK) shouldn’t be punished for exiting the European Union (EU). Instead, there should be consequences with a view to “preserving the rest of the EU” they both said without […]

QE still necessary, said ECB’s Draghi

“The recovery of the euro area economy gained momentum at the start of the year. It is expected to proceed at a moderate but steady pace, supported by solid domestic demand and the effective pass-through of our monetary policy measures to the real economy,” said […]

BOE forecast higher growth for UK

The Bank of England (BOE)’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) has increased its central expectation for growth in 2017 to 2.0% and expects growth of 1.6% in 2018 and 1.7% in 2019. Indeed, domestic demand has been stronger than expected over the past few months, and […]

Brexit White Paper made public

Following parliamentary validation to activate Article 50, the British government led by Theresa May published its Brexit White Paper. This document, based on 12 principles, aims to provide “Parliament and the country with a clear vision of what we are seeking to achieve in negotiating […]

Parliament approved the Brexit

The British House of Commons voted in favor of the activation of Article 50, allowing the United Kingdom to leave the European Union (EU) with 498 votes for and 114 votes against. Now MPs must agree on the timetable that financial markets will scrutinize with […]

Briefing – 20,000, White House, Donald Trump, Brexit, Putin

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